Jazz Festival: Marjolaine Reymond concert

Music ,  Concert ,  Jazz and blues at Reims

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  • In a fantasy world close to Tim Burton, this quintet takes us on a magic voice, a forgotten childhood tale, a small theater out of time, whose sound images allow to perceive the intimate secrets.

    After Chronos in Us, a sort of opera in pocket, Marjolaine Reymond offers us his third album Aphrodite To be or not to be or thoughts of Emily Dickinson. The American poet lived completely recluse in a room. She drew up an intimate and unique work built around the missing booklet real life. This album is a metaphor. In support of its dramaturgy, Marjolaine Reymond organizes an oratorio around three themes of his inspiration: A Lover, A Dance, A Child. Composer seeking a perfect symbiosis between narration and music. Her work is built around a pure and formal labyrinthine structure, organized a literary triptych where titles appear as elements of an ancient odyssey. The orchestration of the album and varies from nonet to duet punctuated by the narrative. Writing brass alternates via written or improvised jazz, and contemporary free music sequences. Ticket reservations Opera 03 26 50 03 92 Tuesday to Saturday from 14:30 to 18:30 Price: € 8 full / reduced € 4 / free for students Photo Bernard Miner
  • Spoken languages
    • fr*
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Mobility impaired
  • Rates
  • Standard rate - adult full price
    8 €
  • Reduce rate
    4 €
  • Student
    Free